Film fest features local animal activists

  • From left, Braeden Jenkins and Kizzy, Sunny Wick with Angel and Dory Wick all sit together in their River Park neighborhood. The kids formed Don’t Hurt Dogs after learning about Angel’s survival story and will have their short film featured in the Bow Wow Film Festival. Erin McIntyre— ourayCounty Plaindealer
    From left, Braeden Jenkins and Kizzy, Sunny Wick with Angel and Dory Wick all sit together in their River Park neighborhood. The kids formed Don’t Hurt Dogs after learning about Angel’s survival story and will have their short film featured in the Bow Wow Film Festival. Erin McIntyre— ourayCounty Plaindealer
They had a simple message. Don’t hurt dogs. Looking at the animal who inspired their campaign, it’s difficult to imagine who would do this kind of thing to such a friendly, sweet creature. But the fluffy blonde dog’s amputated back leg is a reminder that yes, some people do hurt dogs. These kids want it to stop, and they decided to use a rescued, abused dog as their inspiration for spreading the…

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